As tech companies such as Google wrestle with employee objections to working with the U.S. military, Microsoft Corp.'s president is throwing his company's support behind the Pentagon. Microsoft is "going to provide the U.S. military with access to the best technology ... all the technology we create. Full stop," Brad Smith said Saturday during a panel at the Reagan National Defense Forum at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. Smith acknowledged that "there is some angst" in some workforces, including Microsoft's, about tech companies' involvement in military contracts. In June, after thousands of employees voiced objections to a contract that allowed the military to use Google's artificial intelligence tools to analyze drone footage, Google decided not to renew the contract. Smith said he wanted to quell such concerns. "We want Silicon Valley to know just how ethical and honorable a tradition the military has," he said. The future and use of artificial...
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